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New Cisco 3845 Router setup / How do i get it to see the T3 card that's installed?

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Ok,

I have a new Cisco 3845 router, i have assigned an IP to interface gigabit 0/0 and I get to the SDM via that interface.

I can also console in and use the CLI.

I have a T3 card installed (coax) and I need to configure it, however, I don't see this interface when i look through the SDM.

Anyone know where to start to get this interface configured?  I can verify there are lights on the card, so it does have power and such.

thanks
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When you console into the device do a "show diag" it will show you what cards are in the slots.
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yes i see it there, here is what it says:

NM-1T3/E3 (clear/subrate) Port adapter, 1 port
        Port adapter is analyzed
        Port adapter insertion time 03:57:13 ago
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Check out this guide it might help you. You need to configure the controller then it should show up as a interface.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/ios_xr_sw/iosxr_r3.5/interfaces/configuration/guide/hc35t3e3.html#wp998916
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